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  1. Hi! I don´t know how to explain this here we go... I have a Google Pixel 3 phone and take RAW (DNG) pictures using Adobe Lightroom Mobile, then I export them as Original and open them in my Computer with Affinity Photo. The results processing the photo in Lightroom Mobile directly is way better than doing it in Affinity Photo, do not get me wrong, I am NOT saying Lightroom Mobile is better, I am saying that Affinity is not reading the image appropriately, I already tried adjusting "Assistant Manager" and actually improved a little bit after changing the image to "32 bit HDR" and
  2. When importing DNG RAW files from a DJI Mavic Drone, Affinity does not recognize the built- in lens profile for lens correction. The profile is there, Lightroom and other programs recognize and use it to correct distortion. The drone is the very well known Mavic 2, the profile name is DJI FC2204
  3. Hi ! https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6truasjt646z9mg/AACIX3Ej5g1jkHuyMTThFJfca?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR1mIh-lEwH9b28j7Q4goHWsCSHmqAEzf0XtW5jYmhbH8H9VCjrdaPDNIAU&preview=_DSF0350.DNG Affinty can not open the 400 MPX GFX 100 RAW. Could it be fixed ? Regards
  4. Hi, I have a problem with the resolution of dng files. In Affinity Photo imported dng files (40 MB) are poor in image quality compared to jpg files (9 MB). The photos are made with a DJI Mavic Pro and are available as dng and jpg files. The drone has a Hasselblad camera installed. My guess is that the wrong codec is installed on my PC (Windows 10 Pro, 64 Bit). In any case an online conversion (online-umwandeln.de, dng => png) delivers a good quality. A test with Adobe Lightroom also did not deliver acceptable quality. What could be the cause? How can I uninstall the dng codec in W
  5. Hello, and sorry if this has been posted before. I got to capture a nice headland shot of a lighthouse. I set up the camera to capture 5 images in a burst - in JPEG and DNG format. When I use AF HDR merge function with the JPEG images - the image comes out correctly, with a relatively flat horizon However, when I use the DNG images - and the HDR process starts; a pronounced curvature is given to the image. Not what I am looking for. The original DNG flies are exactly the same as the JPEG, with the same horizon aspects. Any pointers
  6. 1.8.3.641 - WIN 10 latested updates - clean new reset of PC and therefore new installation of Affinity Photo. NVIDIA GTX 650 - newest driver 446.14 EIZO CS 2730 Also installed: Affinity Designer 1.83.641 + Affitity Publisher 1.83.641 and Capture One 13.1.0.162 (all downloaded today). --------- Hello, I'm new to the forum and didn't really find a similar problem description on Google. Therefore I'll ask here: When I open an image in Affinity Photo for the very first time via "File -> Open..." it often instantly crashes. When I retry with the same file at the sa
  7. Hi, Was not able to find the same issue, only somewhat related with raw photos being opened with purple tint. Basically the issue is written in the title. To elaborate - when Fuji S5pro raw file (RAF) is converted to DNG using Adobe DNG converter and then opened in Affinity Photo, one can see that colors are way off. Below one can see a screenshot of freely available RAF file from here Fuji raw files and a converted to DNG one: One can also see that DNG has one pixel less horizontally. Tried opening DNG in open source RawTherapee and it opens the same as RAF.
  8. Affinity Photo Windows Desktop v1.7.1.404 When using the 'New HDR Merge...' function, DNG image lense corrections are not applied during file load/merge process. Reproduce: 1. File > New HDR Merge... 2. Click Add, select 2 or more DNG files 3. Click Ok 4. HDR image will not have lense correction applied(hdr_lense_missing.JPG) when compared to single DNG image opened using the standard File > Open
  9. I have (one) client who sends me DBG files occasionally and this time I noticed chromic aberration on the white areas which makes the file unusable. I opened the DNG in Photoshop and it looked perfect, so I exported it from there to tif for the project. Is DNG a bit buggy in Photo?
  10. This happened before 1.7 update and still exists now. My basic workflow is as follows: I edit the original files on PC with Lightroom, then export a DNG file for more adjustments in affinity photo. I upload the DNG to OneDrive, download it to iPad, open with affinity photo, and here is what I get. Whenever I’m using tiff files everything is fine. So I suppose there is a bug when importing DNG? Thank you in advance.
  11. Hello! I planned to use Affinity to process scanned film negatives. Unfortunately I cannot open any linear dng files (output from VueScan, saved as .dng) only a thumbnail opens. Darktable opens the same files without any issues. I'm running Affinity on Mac Mojave 10.14.2. I could see that several people on the Windows subform have had the same issue already in 2017. Could someone please look into it? Thank you in advance!
  12. Hi, I am trying to use Affinity Photo to process DNG RAW files from a new DJI Mavic 2 pro which has the new Hasselblad inspired camera but when import the images they are very under exposed and flat. Any ideas how to process these images with Affinity. I also use DxO PL and this appears to be able to accept these files OK.
  13. Hi All I currently subscribe to Adobe and I'm finding it difficult to let go of Lightroom and Photoshop. I've had a Affinity for a while now and have gone through the Workbook to understand it better. However, I've found it's ability to carry out RAW processing in the Develop Module is lacking a little. If opening a DNG file (Which 99% of my RAW files are) I've found it doesn't render the blacks as well as a native RAW (Such as a CR2 for Canon). plus it doesn't handle the shadows and highlights as well as Adobe in general. More recently I've given an overview of Affinity Ph
  14. I've been recently trying to process some DNG files produced by my smartphone (an LG G6 aka LG-H870DS), and the colours are appearing faded with a weird hue in the Develop persona compared to the out-of-camera (OOC) JPEGs. I've tried to edit the DNGs to match the colours of the original OOC JPEGs, but have been unable to do so. I'm wondering if this is intended behaviour (in other words, me being not being proficient enough in Photo/editing), or if the DNGs are being read incorrectly. I've included the DNG files in the attachments. For some reason the JPEGs are failing to upload
  15. I need to convert my Panasonic Fz300 raw files to dng as Lr5 cannot be read the Pana raw file. By mistake; I learnt I could converter the raw files off the card. ( yeah yeah --- slow on the up-take For those interested . I have the Adobe dng converter [free] set to do the same thing each time > from same folder (card) > to same folder (NewPics) The converter will remember and do the same as last used. Once converted the dng files are imported [add] into lr5. This has removed going through On1 first If you want to rename all files; that can also be done with the dng conver
  16. There is a bug concerning DNG reading in affinity. I convert CR3 in DNG with DNG convert 11.0 When I read DNG with Affinity picture is not correct IMG_4456.dng
  17. Hi all, I’ve Recently purchased iPad version of both Affinty Photo and Designer. One thing and probably one of very few things that bother me and preventing me from switching completely from Adobe is that all Affinity software display DNG and X3F file incorrectly (all software up to date). The DNG filed would open as blank black on iPad, low resolution on Mac and X3F (from Sigma SD Quattro camera) would have weird noise blotches and the whole photo would be over exposed, to an unusable degree. Here is a screenshot for one of the examples. Please let me know if anyone has the same iss
  18. Hallo, The colors of my converted DNG files (From Fuji X-T1 or X-T100) are strongly purple in Affinity Photo Fuji RAF files are displayed correctly. The RAF files were converted with the latest adobe DNG converter. In Lightroom, the DNG files are displayed correctly. Plese Help
  19. Bonjour, je veux convertir un fichier "dng" en "ico", j'ai regardé dans le module exportation mais n'ai pas trouvé. Hormis la solution de changer l'extension dans Windows, ou installer un log, peut-on réaliser cette conversion dans Affinity.photo Bonne journée à tous
  20. Hi, Before I buy "Affinity", who could tell me if I can open and work on "dng" files produced with a Huawei P20 PRO smartphone ? Thank you in advance ! Yaghan
  21. Hi, I write cause I have a painful time trying to get the colors right from a DNG file.| The DNR file was made using an Android Smartphone - Nokia 7 Plus - with Adobe Lightroom CC android app - it has a camera option with DNG save. I use windows 10 and default picture browser, I have installed Adobe drivers for DNG file. When I open the file in the picture browser it has the right colors - very close to the actual ones. When I open the same file in Affinity Photo I get them wrong. It's subtle (or not so subtle in the example I give) but it is/ And it's not a uniform shift (I suppo
  22. I'm evaluating Affinity Photo in a work flow that uses DxO PhotoLab to apply lens as well as basic colour & exposure corrections. When I export from DxO into Affinity, photos look significantly different. Is there something I'm overlooking? Can someone please suggest how I can carry forward all of the work done in DxO before I begin more detailed work in Affinity Photo? Thanks.
  23. Hi, I currently don't do any processing on the move - using just my Mac desktop at home. I have an iPad Pro and am exploring my options to get things done whilst out and about doing shoots. My query is about my potential workflow, and if Affinity Photo can help. I currently use all Adobe apps on my desktop, but a quick look at Lightroom on the iPad doesn't seem to provide what I am looking for. I'm a real estate photographer, and I outsource my processing due to the volume of work required. But I often get gaps in my schedule when on the road, which could help me to get my pho
  24. It would be real nice to have DNG format supported as an export option. Scenario: Shoot multiple images in camera native DNG format. Import multiple images into Affinity Photo and assemble panorama. (Think HDR also) Export completed panorama as DNG. Import completed panorama into another RAW processor (in my case Capture One Pro) for catalogue use and further development.
  25. Hi, I opened an existing DNG and noticed that Affinity Photo changed colors, ... on itself. On 5:45 of the following video it's the same behaviour. How can I supress this? - The original Image is much more darker than Image you can see then opened in Affility. On the attached Picture you can see the difference. when I open the same DNG-file with Affility(top left), LR(button left) and Irfanview(right). When I then export the DNG in Irfanview to a JPEG and open this JPEG in Affinity everthing is fine. I also noticed another differenc between opening the dng
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